“ I bought these as a toss-up between the ER4P and themselves, and truthfully the ER4P are a lot better. these are a dual driver IEM that require a good seal to produce bass, and with the stock tips this can be hard, however, Sony's tips also work and are much easier and more comfortable. To put them on you twist them into your ear and bend the wire around the top and then behind...” --BBBS
Tuned by the same engineers who make the custom earphones preferred by the world’s top touring musicians. Tuned with extra bass for deep, thumpin’ beats that make you feel like you’re in the middle of the club.Your earphones are built to keep on looking and sounding great. With five pairs of soft silicone ear cushions from XXS to L, you won’t have to worry about getting...
Reshelled TF10p +1 Mid driver with Custom Crossovers by Rooth Professional Audio
“ i was excited over my first custom IEM's ever, I was also excited because i've been a sucker for the Ultimate Ears sound for a long time. Now I know that Logitech is now in charge of UE, but I still felt like these would be very musical CIEM's, as the Ultimate Ears commercial line is so well known for their musicality factor. After a month of waiting due to having to get impressions, and then...” --IEMagnet01
The UE5C is a passive two-way design. It has two drivers and a passive crossover in each earpiece. One driver reproduces the low frequency, and another driver reproduces the high frequency. Frequency response is from 20hz to 16kz. Earpiece also offers -26db of isolation from loud noise. Input sensitivity is 118db @1mw. Drivers are a balanced armature design